It was Prince Edward Island. Before the Confederation Link* was built. All he
could see was seafood but the service was lousy.

*a big bridge that connects PEI to New Brunswick, built about 5-10 years ago. It
rises up high enough and is reinforced to allow it to resist icebergs, believe it
or not. The Northumberland Strait doesn't get them often, but occasional bergie
bits do float down from the Strait of Belle Isle, which separates Newfoundland
island from the mainland.

"Elmer L. Fairbank" wrote:

> At 23:05 10/22/2002 -0500, M Marc wrote:
> >I once had to cross
> >three provinces in Canada to find an open restaurant!
> I hope one of them wasn't Ontario.  You could get mighty smackin' hungry
> trying that one.
> Till
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Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

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character; ability to understand a question from all sides meant that one was
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